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Campo Verde's defensive backs Bryan Ledesma (21) and Mike Alvarez (7)tackle Goldwater's Alex Centa (4) during the football game between Campo Verde and Goldwater at Campo Verde High School on Friday, Aug. 22, 2014.
Campo Verde's defensive lineman Gary Hamlett (52) and defensive back Bryan Ledesma (21) tackle Goldwater's running back Daniel Forseth (44) during the football game between Campo Verde and Goldwater at Campo Verde High School on Friday, Aug. 22, 2014.
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Cactus defenders Devon Jones (#51) and Matt Ledesma (57) bring down Mesquite quarterback Payton Haslam for no gain during the second half of their football game on Friday, October 11, 2013. [Ralph Freso/ Special to Tribune]
Mesquite’s been one of the biggest surprises of 2013, as a convincing win over Poston Butte on Friday night improved its record to 7-1 on the season. The Wildcats will get their toughest task since Week 2 against Williams Field in this showdown against Marcos de Niza. Salpointe, Chaparral and Centennial are the clear class of Division II, but the winner of this game can make a claim to be right behind them on the second tier. Marcos de Niza has been one of the most unpredictable teams in the state, beating Horizon and Chaparral early on while losing to Campo Verde and struggling to put away Buena and Cesar Chavez. Padres quarterback Josh Eckley will be the most dynamic player on the field, and his performance could sway the outcome.
Prediction: Marcos de Niza 31, Mesquite 28
-- Kyle Odegard
Chandler Police Chief Sherry Kiyler,left, hugs Trina Ledesma, sister of fallen Officer Carlos Ledesma during a Fallen Officer Memorial Service, Monday, May 7, 2012. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
A plaque with a photo of Fallen Chandler Police Officer Carlos Ledesma, Monday, May 7, 2012, is shown during the Chandler Police Departments Fallen Officer Memorial Service. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Family members of fallen Officer Carlos Ledesma attend the Fallen Officer Memorial Service, Monday, May 7, 2012. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
The Chandler Police Department will hold an annual memorial service 9 a.m. May 7 to honor the department’s fallen officers.
Chandler will celebrate five citizens for their contributions to the city on Dec. 10, during a ceremony where their names will be unveiled on the Celebration Plaza at Tumbleweed Park. The honorees were chosen for their civic leadership and commitment to the community. They were selected by the City Council, based on submissions from the Parks and Recreation Board. The inductees are:
Division III state championship
Sometimes, the storylines write themselves. That’s the case for the latest installment of the Scottsdale Saguaro-Cactus rivalry.
Cactus senior defensive lineman Mike Ledesma wraps up Peoria tailback Ira Rojas at the line of scrimmage Sept. 9. The Cobra defense has not allowed a point and has held all three opponents to under 100 yards of offense.
Some things have changed with the times in Cactus and Peoria’s storied football rivalry.
The girls volleyball season opened this week with Cactus, Centennial, Deer Valley Ironwood, Liberty, Mountain Ridge, Shadow Ridge and Valley Vista all grabbing their first wins of the season.
Cactus loses fourth-fifths of a dominant offensive line, its top two rushers and a passing combo that kept opposing defenses honest.
Guest commentary by Jose de la Isla
The City of Chandler is accepting nominations for inductees to Celebration Plaza, a permanent monument near the center of Tumbleweed Park designated as a place to recognize individuals or organizations for significant and enduring contributions to the community.
Killed in the line of duty, Chandler Police Detective Carlos Ledesma gave the ultimate sacrifice in serving his community. Now 134 volunteers from law enforcement and public service agencies in Arizona will honor Ledesma's memory with the ultimate hike to the top of Humphrey's Peak in Flagstaff, an elevation of 12,633 feet.
Chandler police Detective Carlos Ledesma was sitting at a card table when the drug bust went sour. He did not even have time to stand before being cut down by four rifle shots to the chest, and he died a short time later.
Ralph Freso/Special for the Tribune, -- In a sea of waving American flags, a Chandler police officer looks on during the funeral services for Chandler police detective Carlos Ledesma at the Valley of the Sun Memorial Cemetery on Wednesday, August 4, 2010.